Hi Sunita The hexadecimal representation is for the convenience of the programmer for assignment and output. Internally ints are stored as bytes (binary). Two things on changing the representation: int i = 0xFF; System.out.println(i); This will display the int as a decimal. The wrapper class java.lang.Integer offers a few conversion methods (mostly static) that allow you to output the Integer in any of the representations returning a string. int i = 10; String s = new String(Integer.toHexString(i)); System.out.println(s); Finally you can parse an int from a string giving the radix you want to use: int j = Integer.parseInt("FF", 16); System.out.println(j); //output is 255 Just write some code with the java.lang.Integer class and find out about all the representations. Hope this will help Regards Jakob
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Ya!!!Now Iam clear. Thanks Guys.
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